Norsemen season 4 release date: Will there be another series of Norsemen?

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Norsemen season four is looking like a possibility as fans were left in stitches following the release of the third season on Netflix. The comedy series is about Vikings from the year 790 who live in the village of Norheim. The series, which originally aired in Norway under the title Vikings, has proved popular and fans want to know if there will be another series.

Will there be another series of Norsemen?

Norsemen made its debut on Netflix in August 2017, with the second season airing in October 2018.

Season three was named season zero, as it flashes back to events which lead up to the first season.

Each season is made of eight episodes, and The New York Times called Norsemen one of the 10 best international TV series in 2017.

With the show growing in popularity with each season, there is a possibility season four will get the green light.

An official release date for season four has not yet been revealed, but will continue to update this story.


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Who will be in the cast of Norsemen season 4?

Different characters take on lead roles throughout the series, which covers the day-to-day life of communities during the Viking Age.

A rival tribe is led by Jarl Varg (played by Jon Øigarden) and Chieftain Olav, the leader of the village, is played by Henrik Mestad.

Olav’s wife Hildur is played by Marian Saastad Ottesen, with Nils Jørgen Kaalstad playing Arvid – the chieftain’s second-in-command.

The new series is likely to feature these familiar faces, as well as new cast members as the Vikings look to the West to find new land.

Ottesen had shared a photo from season three on her Instagram account with the message: “We will be back”.

Is there a trailer for Norsemen season 4?

As the series has not been officially renewed by Netflix yet, there is no release date for season four.

There has been no pattern regarding release dates for the first three seasons, so it will be hard to predict when a new season will air.

With the coronavirus pandemic grinding TV production to a halt, fans may have to wait until late 2021 or even early 2022 for new episodes.

The series airs in NRK1 in Norway and the original air date for the final episode was March 2020.

Orm (Kåre Conradi) and his shieldmaiden wife Frøya (Silje Torp) are likely to be popular following their unsuccessful marriage.

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What will happen in Norsemen season 4?

The seasons have not necessarily aired in chronological order, so it is difficult to say what will happen in season four.

With season three showing events leading up to the first season, there could be a whole new story altogether.

Jon Iver Helgaker and Jonas Torgersen told MEA WorldWide they had planned a story beyond season two.

With this in mind, there could be scope to extend the character’s stories beyond the season two plot.

Season two saw Rufus (Trond Fausa Aurvåg) abandoned with Orm and Liv (Kristine Riis) in Norheim with the rest of the village sailed to the West.

Fans are already hoping for another instalment of Norsemen and they have shown their appreciation for the series on Twitter.

One fan said: “Why is Norsemen so funny? Does this qualify as dry humour? It is so funny to me.”

Another fan said: “Best email I’ve had in ages, from @NetflixUK saying that @NorsemenO series three is now ready to be watched.

“The only problem is I’ll end up watching the whole series tonight, it’s just that good.”

Season three made its debut on Netflix on July 22 and fans have already binged their way through the six episodes.

Norsemen is available to watch on Netflix now

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